GoddessLife Blog

  • Do you have Spring Fever?

    Feeling friskier than usual? Do men and women, even that awkward, gangly barista at Starbucks seem to be getting sexier? Have you been daydreaming about going away somewhere sunny and tropical and dancing ‘till dawn? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then, take it from an expert (yours truly) - you are infected with the highly contagious Spring Fever.

    Warning: Spring Fever is very real and should not go untreated.

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  • Fall in Love with Life this Valentine's Day

    I’ve been on every end of Valentine’s Day – in love, in unrequited love, broken-hearted, single & sexy, single & lonely and performing in a restaurant filled with couples trying desperately to have the most romantic evening of their lives. And collecting the cumulative experiences into one well-rounded observation, I conclude that there is one definitive attitude to have on Valentine’s Day. Be Yours.

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  • Guilty Pleasures

    As my phone rang tonight, I found myself saying those nasty four little words, “ I really shouldn’t, but…”

    You see, I have a vintage pink rotary phone that’s cord only reaches the fake fur rug on the floor next to it.  To speak on the phone, I have to lie on the rug. It’s decadent in The Valley of the Dolls kind of way. I knew it was my best girlfriend calling and with all the work I had to do, I really shouldn’t have, but… I indulged in one of my favorite guilty pleasures and talked to my friend, on the rug (meaning, no multitasking) for two hours!

    Afterwards, I didn’t care how behind I was on my spreadsheets I was supposed to have prepared for tomorrow. “So what” I said to myself, I can stay up late, or get up early, or, even *gasp* not finish them.  Indulging in my guilty pleasure made me feel so bad, I felt good.

    We all have guilty pleasures – some that would embarrass us to admit – but should we feel compunction about them? If watching trashy TV shows, eating at fast food restaurants or googling your ex can bring us so much pleasure, then why should it create remorse?

    Isn’t it tiring trying to be perfect and to always do the right thing? Isn’t there something to be said for the occasional dash of depravity? There is! Not everything we do needs to be productive, lead to a cleaner house or the betterment of humanity. In actually, doing something for the sheer amusement of it is reason enough.

    So, go ahead, eat a gram or two of saturated fat, crank up that cheesy love ballad on your car radio and splurge on something ridiculously expensive.  And remember, sometimes, tabletops are for dancing.

  • Fervent Lingerie Collector…or…Panty Addiction?

    Would it surprise you that I own quite a few panties? Truth be told, I have an obscene amount of panties and bras, corsets, garters, teddies, babydolls, fishnets and sexy bedroom shoes. Lingerie is irresistible to me. It all started quite innocently at Victoria’s Secret (I affectionately call Vicky’s) and then I found Fredericks of Hollywood, Cosabella and La Perla.  Before I knew it, my problem was uncontrollable and I started tossing clothes out of my drawers to make rooms for…my new lacy drawers.

    The following is the result of what happens to a woman who lets her knickers obsession get out of control.

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  • Lessons from the Ultimate Sex Symbol - Marilyn Monroe

    What is the exact cocktail of intoxicating traits that make Marilyn Monroe the ultimate sex symbol? And why do these attributes preserve her status as a sexual icon remarkably 50 years after her passing?

    Did she possess a sexy body? Absolutely. Were some of the world’s most powerful & fascinating men seduced by her? Definitely. Was she beautiful? Without question.

    But we could give precisely the identical answers about hundreds of famously sexy women. What makes Marilyn in a league all her own? And what unique lessons can we learn from the immortal sex Goddess that we can apply to our own lives?

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  • Fall IN LOVE with Life this Valentine's Day and let's bring sexy back!

    While I was at my favorite coffee shop this morning, I meandered around the store looking at all the Valentine’s Day gifts they had for sale. What happened next was so utterly mystifying, that I let my café mocha become cold and had to order another. Let me first preface this with: I am a huge fan of gifts. If it’s wrapped in a bow, even an empty box is irresistible to me. This said, I was bewildered by the fact that I wouldn’t want to receive any of these things for sale at the coffee shop as presents for Valentine’s Day. Yes, they were so over-the-top saccharine sweet that I got a cavity just looking at them. But that’s what Valentine’s Day is all about. Or is it?

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  • The struggle with body confidence is real.

    The struggle with body confidence is real.

    We all tell ourselves stories about our bodies. And if we said them aloud towards someone else, we would seem cruel.

    I’ve been telling my body that it is worn-out, washed-up, wrecked, ruined and broken. Two years ago, I broke my leg and last year I was in the hospital 4 times. I saw several doctors and took countless tests (even for cat scratch fever – which I was secretly hoping I had because it sounds so cool). I was so sick some days that getting out of bed and to the couch was a major accomplishment.

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  • There is in all of us a Wild and Ancient Gypsy

    There is in all of us a Wild and Ancient Gypsy. We are all wanderers on this earth. Our hearts are full of wonder, and our souls are deep with dreams. There is part of us that can never ever be happy until the gypsy can dance. I have a gypsy soul & this gypsy needs to dance. Calling all gypsy souls out there ~ are you dancing today? 💃💃







  • What’s truly worth doing, whether you fail or succeed?

    “What would you attempt to do, if you knew you could not fail?”
     
     I’ve been called a New-Age fruitloop many times, but truth be told: I loathe many new age platitudes and slogans. Mostly because I find many the New Age ideas shallow, lazy and fear-based. Take for instance, the above question I see in self-help books, hear in yoga classes and across social media pretty much non-stop.
     
     Why is it that we are so afraid of failure? Failure is as natural as succeeding and they aren't opposites of each other.  Actually, the opposite of success is not trying at all or giving up too soon. 

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  • All Good Things are Wild and Free

    I must confess, I am a total weirdo. Maybe you noticed. It used to make me feel insecure when I was younger. Friends would call me a wild child, silly, weird, way too emotional, too sexual and…different. I was the girl dancing on tables, wearing feathers in my hair, getting the first tattoo of my friends and crying or laughing too hard. I have always felt like I am too much. Like I have to tame the wild thing in me to be loved. Be more normal. To fit in. And sometimes I would fake it being normal, but it made me miserable. Censoring myself so I wouldn’t let my wild child/ weirdness spill out was like trying to keep the lid on a pot boiling over on the stove. It was exhausting; I would dash home to recuperate from putting on that act. I was holding back what makes me unique. We are all different and what is different makes us beautiful. There is only one of us in all of time. There is a freedom in being your authentic self. My New Year’s Resolution is: to not only accept this part of me, but celebrate how different I am. Who wants to be wild, different, unique, weird and let their freak flag fly (or wave your glitter wand) with me in 2017? 

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